This circle punch art was a lovely way to create some tree pictures!
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For this art activity we used patterned paper – you could use plain paper or a mix of patterned and plain – but I thought it was a great opportunity to use up some paper scraps. We also used two circle paper punches – this 1/2″ punch and one similar to this 1″ punch. I found some bare tree images from Clker and printed them onto white card.
F found both paper punches quite hard to operate. But he kept trying, and did have a few successes. In the end I had to help and cut some circles for him.
I don’t often use glue sticks but they were perfect for this activity. F spread the glue all over the tree.
He glued all the paper circles onto his tree, spending quite some time getting just the right placement!
I think he was pretty happy with the result!
We tried this again when some friends came round for a playdate. I love the trees that the girls created!
This activity was inspired by the awesome cut-punch-paste apple tree from LalyMom.